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  1. This morning, DraftKings sent out this message to users indicating some changes to their NBA game for the upcoming season:
  2. RotoQL is one of the finest resources for daily fantasy sports players to surfaces since the inception of the game. Many players develop their own algorithms/projections that assist them in building lineups. If you don't, that's fine too. RotoQL supplies users with a handful of projections from reputable sites like Baseball Prospectus and Razzball that help guide lineup construction, but if you'd like to use the RotoQL tools with your projections, you can import them from the Projections tab.
    Prior to the tutorial, if you'd like to take RotoQL for a test drive, please use this link to sign up for a free account. If you like what you see, invest. If you invest, let me know and I'll also give you access to our premium content here at TheFantasyFix.com.
    Go to Projections -> Upload my own projections.
     


     
    Instructions provided within the application: 
     

  3. JOB OPENING
    Are you an experienced writer looking to pad your resume? Or are you currently looking to break into the fantasy sports writing industry? If either of those are you, you may be interested in an opening we currently have at TheFantasyFix.com.
    We're looking for an experienced writer that also has experience in season-long and daily fantasy sports. In this case, the candidate will have a wealth of baseball knowledge and be familiar with most of the advanced statistics around the game.
    The candidate should be available to research/publish quality content for our subscribers between 1-3 times weekly. The candidate is flexible and should communicate well with the rest of our staff, specifically Alan, Brett, Ryan and the rest of our baseball team.
    This may be a paid gig for the right candidate that meets the above qualifications. If you don't meet all of the qualifications but are still looking to land a gig to gain experience, feel free to apply as well.
    Please send me an email here with the following information and sell me on why you're the best candidate for the job:
    Name, writing experience, season-long/daily fantasy baseball experience/successes and twitter handle.
    We look forward to hearing from you,
    Alan
  4. Post on new to the site in NFL Forum

    By FantasyChamp, posted
    hello, my name is chris from NJ and I'm new to the fantasy fix. I love the site. I found it from following Mark Morales Smith on social media. Just wanted to introduce myself and say I love your work and will be calling on you guys for help. mark, where can I see your rankings?
  5. FantasyDraft continues to roll out the red carpet in freeroll fashion. In the last two weeks we've seen a Tony Parker and Doug Gilmour VIP Experience giveaway. This time around, two lucky folks will travel to New York to meet up with Jeremy Roenick. Included in the trip valued at $5,000 are:
    Airfare for two, hotel accommodations for one night, game tickets for the Rangers vs. Penguins at MSG and dinner with Jeremy Roenick for the winner and their guest. 
    Head over to FantasyDraft and join the fun. If you don't have an account at FantasyDraft just yet, deposit a minimum of $20 and we'll provide you with two months of free access to our #FrontOffice research and analysis (a $34 value). 
    If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask.
     
     

  6. Edit: This was originally posted as an article on the site by Seth Klein. You can see it here. 
    Have you played on FantasyDraft yet? If you answered no, then you’re missing out on one of the best up-and-coming daily fantasy sports sites out there.
    Let me preface this by letting you know that I am in fact an employee at FantasyDraft, but since I’m also on staff at TheFantasyFix.com, this article is by no means an “advertisement”. I want to be completely objective when bringing you all the info that will follow. All the positive comments about FantasyDraft are the truth and not just a means to sway you into signing up there.
    What makes FantasyDraft so great?

    First off, the payout ranges in guaranteed prize pool tournaments (GPP) on most DFS sites usually pay between five and 20 percent of their winners — and they can vary. On FantasyDraft, every GPP guarantees that 25 percent of all entries get paid out. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a 60-person contest, a 100-person contest or a 2,000-person contest, 25 percent get paid from the prize pool. When there is overlay — meaning that the tournament fails to fill to the max — the 25 percent PayoutZone is even more beneficial to users. There are even some tournaments that guarantee a 30-percent payout and higher.
    Sign up at FantasyDraft today! With a minimum of a $20 deposit, you’ll receive a complimentary month of our exclusive #FrontOffice daily fantasy sports content. 
    FantasyDraft’s interface is easy to use as well. Each contest can be searched for using filters till you’ve narrowed it down to the exact one you want to play. Once you’re entered into the contest, you can easily select players sorting by game or team and if you click on the players’ names, you’ll be able to see stats, depth charts and even the weather that pertains to that day’s games.
    Setting your lineups is made even easier with their Flexible Lineup feature. This gives contestants, well, more flexibility than other sites. For example, the fantasy basketball games on DraftKings require you to choose a PG, SG, SF, PF, C, G, F, UTIL. On FanDuel, you’ll need to roster two PGs, two SGs, two SFs, two PFs and a C. But on FantasyDraft, all you need to do is select three Gs, three F/Cs and two UTIL. By removing specific positions, users have more freedom to choose the players they want.
    FantasyDraft also offers a unique referral system for its users. The “6 Degrees of Pay” system allows you to rack up the big bucks simply by referring friends and having them enter contests. It doesn’t matter if they win or lose, once they enter a game, you get paid. This video explains the system in more depth.
    I play on DraftKings and FanDuel, but I prefer FantasyDraft to all of them — and I’m not just saying this because I work there. All three sites are great, but I’m a little more casual of a DFS player. I like how much more laid back FantasyDraft is compared to the others. The million dollar contests on DraftKings are incredibly exciting and I play them because you have the chance to become a millionaire over the course of one NFL Sunday, but the odds of winning them are very, very low. FantasyDraft’s smaller size contests won’t net you as big of a potential payout, but you’re more likely to finish in the money. Your return on investment may not be as big, but winning SOMETHING becomes a more likely proposition.
    If you want to make money and do so without hassle and in a welcoming environment, I recommend that you give FantasyDraft.com a try today!
    Editor’s Note: Here is your advertisement – Sign up at FantasyDraft today! With a minimum of a $20 deposit, you’ll receive a complimentary month of our exclusive #FrontOffice daily fantasy sports content. 

  7. Post on 10-27 NHL DFS in NHL Forum

    By Brett Talley, posted
    We've got a nice slate of 10 games on this Tuesday night. Feel free to pose lineups you're considering or bring up specific players/stacks for discussion.
  8. This week's tour stop is the Shriners Hospital for Children Open at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas, Nevada.
    According to GolfOdds.com, Ricky Fowler is the favorite to win at 10/1, with Brooks Koepka coming in at 15/1 and a handful of names like Kevin Na, Jimmy Walker, Brandt Snedeker et al. at 25/1.
    Our Chris Garosi has his take on the tournament for those players looking to show off their skills at DraftKings this week. 
    Who do you guys like? Let's try and identify some additional value options for your DFS roster. 
  9. JOB OPENING
    Are you an experienced writer looking to pad your resume? Or are you currently looking to break into the fantasy sports writing industry? If either of those are you, you may be interested in an opening we currently have at TheFantasyFix.com.
    We're looking for an experienced writer that also has experience in season-long and daily fantasy sports. In this case, the candidate will have a wealth of basketball knowledge and be familiar with most of the advanced statistics around the game.
    The candidate should be available to research/publish quality content for our subscribers between 1-3 times weekly. The candidate is flexible and should communicate well with the rest of our staff, specifically Zack, Sam, Seth and Max -- our hoops team. 
    This may be a paid gig for the right candidate that meets the above qualifications. If you don't meet all of the qualifications but are still looking to land a gig to gain experience, feel free to apply as well.
    Please send me an email here with the following information and sell me on why you're the best candidate for the job:
    Name, writing experience, season-long/daily fantasy basketball experience/successes and twitter handle.
    We look forward to hearing from you,
    Alan
  10. Got an NHL DFS question? Let the team @TheFantasyFix help you out! 
  11. JOB OPENING
    Are you an experienced writer looking to pad your resume? Or are you currently looking to break into the fantasy sports writing industry? If either of those are you, you may be interested in an opening we currently have at TheFantasyFix.com.
    We're looking for an experienced writer that also has experience in season-long and daily fantasy sports. In this case, the candidate will have a wealth of hockey knowledge and be familiar with most of the advanced statistics around the game -- specifically CORSI. 
    The candidate should be available to research/publish quality content for our subscribers between 1-3 times weekly. The candidate is flexible and should communicate well with the rest of our staff, specifically Brett and Chris, our hockey team. 
    This may be a paid gig for the right candidate that meets the above qualifications. If you don't meet all of the qualifications but are still looking to land a gig to gain experience, feel free to apply as well.
    Please send me an email here with the following information and sell me on why you're the best candidate for the job:
    Name, writing experience, season-long/daily fantasy hockey experience/successes and twitter handle.
    We look forward to hearing from you,
    Alan
  12. Aside from the Twitter machine, we'll use this thread for any week 5 fantasy football sit/start questions you may have. Be sure to include all relevant league information. 
    Week 5 byes: Dolphins, Jets, Panthers, Vikings
  13. Aside from the Twitter machine, we'll use this thread for any week three fantasy football sit/start questions you may have. Be sure to include all relevant league information. Thanks!
    Also our week three fantasy football rankings are posted on the site. This week should be an interested one. Take a look at the rankings and let us know what you agree/disagree with.
    Finally, anyone who "registers and comments" on this thread will get free access to one of our three premium DFS articles this week (NFL, NCAA Early or NCAA late). Simply register in the top right hand corner of this page, log in, post a comment and I'll send you an email to provide you access with the article of your choice! 
    Best of luck in week three!
    Alan
  14. I'm very excited to have these forums up-and-running thanks to our partners at DraftKings.
    If you're looking to get started showing off your skills in daily fantasy and don't yet have an account at DraftKings, use this link, make your initial deposit of at least $10 and we'll provide you with two months of free access to our #FrontOffice content. Additionally, by using our link above, you will be rewarded with a 100% deposit bonus (up to $200) that will drip into your account balance over time as you play contests. This is a no-brainer for prospective DraftKings players.
    If you're not familiar with the ins-and-outs of the daily fantasy game, you can find articles on the site each and every day/week that provide free general insight and analysis -- like Chris Garosi's Week Two Tight Ends article -- and premium content with tons of research, calculated player recommendations and stack options -- like Ryan Noonan's Fantasy Baseball article from today or Brett Talley's College Football Week 3 DFS: Night Slate piece -- that you can subscribe to for a small weekly/monthly fee (which goes right to the writers).
    At any rate, if you have any questions about daily fantasy sports or DraftKings, let me know and I'll do I can to guide you in the right direction.
    All the best,
    Alan